How I Wear My’s 3rd Anniversary

How I Wear My’s 3rd Anniversary

Hello, friends! I have returned from my birthday trip to San Francisco a year older and not surprisingly, a few pounds heavier. Believe me, I earned every ounce! It was such a blast we ended up staying an extra night. Now I am playing catch-up, tending to a few things I have been ignoring for weeks, while working on my post about our getaway.

In the meantime, I thought I would stop in to say hello and remind everyone that How I Wear My: Leather, Crystal or Glass is next week.

How I Wear My Badge

You might be wondering why we chose such a strange combination of themes. Because it’s HIWM’s 3rd anniversary! Jill, my HIWM partner and blogger at Everything Just So, came up with the idea to celebrate the occasion with traditional wedding gifts for year three. I thought it was brilliant!

So comb through your wardrobe and pull out your faux or real leather clothing and big sparkly crystal and glass jewelry and share your pictures of how you wear them with us!


It looks like Crystal Renn is dressed and ready to wish us a happy three year birthday. She’s got all three themes going on with this chic look!


We hope you’ll help us celebrate this milestone, too, by joining us next week. Send a photo of you wearing leather, crystal and/or glass to by November 3rd to be featured in the November 5th post. Please make sure you include a few lines about your look and a photo 600 pix wide or larger for best resolution.

Jill and I can’t wait to see how you wear your leather, crystal or glass!

Make it a rich day!










  1. Kathy
    October 31, 2014 / 7:34 am

    Clever idea. Looking forward to seeing the HIWM post.

  2. November 13, 2014 / 5:52 am

    congrats on the third anniversary!

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